They're spending tens of millions of dollars in court, fighting down to the wire over absentee and mail-in ballot rules.
A growing list of companies are allowing their employees to get the day off or paying them to work the polls.
The pandemic has limited access to information about how to vote and what the issues are.
A conversation with Gilda R. Daniels, author of “Uncounted: The Crisis of Voter Suppression in America.”
Finding and educating previously unregistered voters — and getting them to the polls — is an expensive business.
With record voter turnout expected in this year's elections, arenas and other large venues are turning into voting “supercenters."
Some members of Congress want to include more funding for election security in the next federal spending bill, due on Dec. 20.
The strong economy may not have been the most popular talking point for politicians, but for voters it still mattered plenty.
Some companies are making it easier for employees to vote in tomorrow's midterms.
What's in it for the ride-sharing businesses?